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Apps can be an extremely helpful and motivation addition to your German classes. They are great for memorizing vocabulary and can even help you with grammatical issues like cases or the conjugation of verbs.

Additionally to apps, many publishers of German language books offer online trainings for the grammar and vocabulary taught in the books. 

We have gathered a list of useful apps and websites for you in order to make your German learning more effective and fun. Here's our best of! 


  • Many of our students are enthusiastic about AnkiApp: This free app lets you create your own flashcards or download pre-made ones
  • Memrise turns learning vocabulary into game—the irresistible kind that anyone can pick up and play. It teaches you everyday words and phrases and reinforces them with fun quizzes and playful images
  • Quizlet allows you to search study sets or create your own ones. The sets can either be used as regular flash cards or for vocabulary games. 
  • Duolingo helps you with improving your vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation through interactive games. 
  • Also, make sure to check out Easy Deutsch YouTube videos to see German grammar used in context – definitely worth trying out!


  • Hueber is the most successful publisher for German books in Germany. As an addition to their most successful publication "Menschen", which we also use in our school, offer online trainings for all language levels. Click on the following link to open trainings for A1.2. You can modify the following url by just adding your level to the end of the link (/a1-1, /a2-2 etc) and you will find some useful online trainings:
  • "Schritte" is another successful Hueber publication we are working with in our school. Under the following link you find more online trainings for different levels. Note that "Band 1" is A1.1, "Band 2" is A1.2 etc:
  • "Lagune" is a publication targeted towards younger language learners. Their online trainings can be found here: (Lagune 1= A1, Lagune 2= A2, Lagune 3= B1)
  • The web telenovela "Nico's Way" created by DW Deutsche Welle was designed specifically for German learners, each episode comes with grammar and vocabulary trainings for different levels. As cheesy as a telenovela can be, but highly recommended!